Publications: Conference Papers

 

NEW WORLD OCCUPIERS AND MARKET DISRUPTORS

Presented at The Property Litigation Association Annual Conference  at Keble College, Oxford on Friday, 23 March 2018 by   Wayne Clark Falcon Chambers     Wayne practises at Falcon Chambers, specialising in the law of landlord and tenant and general property law. He has advised on and appeared in numerous 1954 Act and Electronic Communications […]

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HOW TO GET AWAY WITH FORFEITURE

A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 2 November 2017  by  Robert Bowker and Niraj Modha Tanfield Chambers   Robert Bowker was called to the Bar in 1995 and completed pupillage in Chambers in 1997. From 1997 to 2007, he practised in Chambers exclusively in property litigation. Between 2007 and 2012, […]

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PROPERTY CONSIDERATIONS FOR ROOFTOP DEVELOPMENTS

by  Jonathan Upton and Michael Walsh Tanfield Chambers   Jonathan Upton specialises in property disputes.  He has been recognised as a Leading Junior for property litigation in the legal directories for several years.  He is “very switched-on and technically very bright” and “very attuned to the client’s interests and goals” (Chambers UK Bar 2018, Real […]

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Everything you wanted to know about COMMERCIAL INJUNCTIONS AND ASSET TRACING (But were afraid to ask)

Presented at The Property Litigation Association Annual Conference  at Keble College, Oxford on Friday, 23 March 2018 by Gary Blaker QC Selborne Chambers   Since taking silk in 2015 Gary Blaker QC has continued to develop his practice in all aspects of property law, professional negligence and commercial chancery litigation. In 2015 Gary was elected […]

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Restrictive Covenants – Remedies for Breach

Introduction There are whole books written on restrictive covenants in relation to property, and so instead of a whistle-stop tour of the area, this part of the seminar concentrates instead on remedies for breach. This is the most transferable aspect of this area of law, and the same principles are of application generally within litigation. […]

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